Daily Archives: 22 March 2012

It’s still swell! And it’s seasonal!

The Carmelite men of the Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of Mary are building their monastery in Wyoming and earning their daily bread by roasting, blending, and selling you coffee and tea.
Their seasonal Pascha Java is back at Mystic Monk … Continue reading

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WDTPRS Thursday in the 4th Week of Lent: “The Father through the Holy Spirit writes His Word upon our hearts”

Today’s Collect in the Ordinary Form was not in the 1962 or previous editions of the Missale Romanum.  However, the Gelasianum Vetus provides a predecessor of this prayer.
Clementiam tuam, Domine, supplici voto deposcimus,
ut nos famulos tuos, paenitentia emendatos
et bonis operibus eruditos,
in mandatis tuis … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Your SIGN SLOGANS for 23 March nationwide Religious Liberty Rallies

On Friday 23 March at 12 Noon there will be “Stand Up for Religious Liberty” rallies all over the USA.
For rally locations click HERE.
From a reader:
I am planning on taking my children to the rally for religious liberty tomorrow, in … Continue reading

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iTunes feed and podcasts: feedback?

My iTunes is updating the LENTCAzTs. However, my statistics are all screwed up. The Podpress stats show me that 12 people listened to yesterday’s entry, through the average has been closer to 1000.
How is the player working … Continue reading

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St. Nicholas Owen, martyr

The 2005 Roman Martyrology has this entry:
7. Londinii in Anglia, sancti Nicholai Owen, religiosi e Societate Iesu et martyris, qui multos annos latebras pro sacerdotibus condendis exstruxit, quapropter sub Iacobo rege Primo incarceratus et gravissime tortus, demum in eculeum coniectus … Continue reading

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